Step inside the Christmas Shop, formerly known as Authentiques Past & Present, and prepare to be transported into another era; located in Chelsea, the cozy shop sells authentic vintage pieces from the 1940s through the 1970s. Items such as silver-tone and gold-tone overlaid glassware and stemware, . . . more
For her entire career Ellen Christine has immersed herself in a milliner's life of fashion and style. Her designs were initially for the trade only, but over the past sixteen years she has made her services available to retail clients too, creating classic but whimsical designs for those . . . more
Have a knack for shopping vintage? For shopping unique? Visit Legacy SoHo. For 30 years, owner Rita has been providing the area with threads from designers who are a little under the radar. Never again be caught in the same outfit as your girlfriend. And don't break the bank doing it! And for . . . more
If you enjoy shopping for unique designer clothing and vintage pieces, then you will definitely enjoy shopping at Legacy-Brooklyn. With fabulous finds from designers who fall just under the radar, you are sure to never be wearing the same outfit as anyone else! . . . more
Pippin Home is located in the quaintest one-hundred-year-old building (behind Pippin Jewelry) once occupied by a blacksmith in the1800s. To give you a feel for the place and atmosphere, walking down the same narrow hallway to find your way through the store, you are walking the same steps horses . . . more
After more than 40 years in the business, designer and collector Ron Caldwell has amassed an impressive array of vintage pieces. Specializing in women's fashion accessories, Eye Candy's collection of vintage fashions demonstrates Mr. Caldwell's discriminating taste and well trained eye. Pieces . . . more
Chisholm Larsson Gallery, a poster shop located in Chelsea, is home to over 50,000 original vintage prints, ranging from modest to extravagant in both price and size. Their unique collection consists of images from movies and film, sports and politics, war propaganda, and pop culture. While some of . . . more
Furnish Green conceptualizes a new way to be sustainably fashionable. Owner Nathan Hescock puts anti-antique prices on beautiful vintage and antique furnishings, from the 1870s to vintage 80s eras for the tasteful and budget conscious buyer. Patrons can find timeless pre-owned furniture and accents . . . more
You are bound to find something nostalgic among the glimmering display of vintage jewelry sprinkled across the antique tabletops. It’s like visiting a wonderland of past pretty memories. Pippin Jewelry is a delightful place to shop for a vintage fashion accessory.
The inspiration behind the shop's name, "Extra," comes from the happy coincidence of shop owner, Koji Kusakabe's long time business name, "One More," and the name of the street where he would open his business, "Extra Place." "One More" is synonymous with "Extra," and the name of the street has . . . more
For those with Metropolitan tastes seeking the crème de la crème of mid-century glassware and ceramics, it is a must to visit The End of History. Displayed proudly upon 20th Century rosewood Danish furnishings appears the world's most extensively-curated collection of fine glassware.
Ilissa's boutique, overflowing with sexy undergarments fit for a bombshell is a wardrobe stylists first stop. Her shop has dressed the most alluring beauties on the screen and between the glossy magazine pages.
Her obsession for vintage lingerie is nothing more than pure passion. For those who . . . more
40 W 25th Street New York Showplace Antique Center
Fresh, funky, fun, but never tasteless, Reminiscence has more to offer than your typical vintage store. Full of good vibes and old-fashioned surprises, the shop sells an eccentric array of clothing, accessories, gifts, and knick-knacks. Some items date as far back as the 1930s, while others, like . . . more
Kyotoya is a small Japanese boutique specializing in vintage and antique kimonos for men, women and children. Reiko Goto, proprietor of Kyotoya, travels to Kyoto each year, where she hand selects the kimonos for her store, which is located in the Flatiron district of New York City.